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November 18, 1999 | Michael C. Malcomb, (714) 520-2512
The City Council on Tuesday rejected Homeplace Retirement Communities of America's plan for a $60-million upscale retirement community, and sent it back to the Planning Commission for redesign. Council members objected to the four-story buildings proposed near Rose Drive and Alta Vista Street. They called for the top floors to be removed from the design plans. Councilman Norman Z. Eckenrode said the project, as proposed, did not blend in with the surrounding environment.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 18, 1999 | Michael C. Malcomb, (714) 520-2512
The City Council on Tuesday rejected Homeplace Retirement Communities of America's plan for a $60-million upscale retirement community, and sent it back to the Planning Commission for redesign. Council members objected to the four-story buildings proposed near Rose Drive and Alta Vista Street. They called for the top floors to be removed from the design plans. Councilman Norman Z. Eckenrode said the project, as proposed, did not blend in with the surrounding environment.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 21, 1999
Homeplace Retirement Communities of America Inc. said it has received approval from the city of Los Angeles to build a retirement community in Northridge. The facility will offer independent living for seniors as well as on-site assisted living and skilled nursing care. Villa Capri is scheduled to open in mid-2002. Homeplace, of Del Mar, specializes in building retirement communities in Southern California.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 1, 2003 | Patrick McGreevy, Times Staff Writer
The Los Angeles City Council decided Tuesday to use its powers of eminent domain to acquire one acre of the 17.2-acre Studio City Golf and Tennis Center for a new fire station, despite objections from a firm planning a senior housing project elsewhere on the property. The housing project has been submitted to the city Planning Department for approval.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 30, 2001 | PATRICK McGREEVY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A proposed senior housing project on part of the Studio City Golf and Tennis complex has led residents to protest the threatened loss of open space and recreational facilities in the densely developed community. The 240-unit independent living project for seniors would use four or five acres of the 17-acre golf and tennis center on Whitsett Avenue, likely requiring one hole of the nine-hole golf course to be relocated and eliminating many of the tennis courts, officials said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 30, 2001 | PATRICK McGREEVY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A proposed senior citizens housing project on part of the Studio City Golf and Tennis complex has led some residents to protest the threatened loss of open space and recreational facilities in the densely developed community.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 8, 2003 | Patrick McGreevy, Times Staff Writer
Torn between competing desires to preserve open space and to address a housing shortage, the Los Angeles City Council took the first step Friday to buy the Studio City Golf and Tennis Club to prevent much of the 17-acre facility from being bulldozed for a senior-citizen housing project.
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